Dennis Rodman Breaks Down In Tears Discussing Trump-Kim Summit

Dennis Rodman Breaks Down In Tears Discussing Trump-Kim Summit

Rodman, who is now in Singapore to witness the historic summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump, immediately broke down in tears while describing his relationship with North Korea's leader and his experience of being not taken seriously by people back in the United States.

Cuomo, deciding it was safe to ask another question, wondered whether the White House had been in touch with him since his arrival in Singapore.

The five-time NBA champion has traveled to North Korea on numerous occasions to hold basketball exhibitions, and he has struck up a friendship with Kim in the process.

Rodman defended the talks between himself and Kim and also those between Trump and Kim as "the right thing to do". We'll move on to the future and I've told people about Kim Jong Un. I never had no one to hear me. "I said to everybody, 'the door will open, '" Dennis continued.

Rodman has received criticism for his support of both Kim and Trump over the years, claiming he has even gotten death threats. White House officials have said that Rodman would play no official role in the diplomatic negotiations. "President Trump committed to provide security guarantees to the DPRK, and Chairman Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", Trump and Kim released in a joint statement at a signing ceremony early Tuesday morning.

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"Once I got familiar with the culture and situation, I felt like I was at home", he said.

Openly wiping away tears from beneath a large pair of black sunglasses, Rodman, who arrived in Singapore overnight, appeared overcome with emotion during an interview CNN's Chris Cuomo Tuesday, as Kim and Trump prepared to sit down for talks.

Rodman's trip is being sponsored by PotCoin, a digital currency used in the legal cannabis business. "I'm sorry that my country and your country are not on good terms, but for me and the country, you're a friend for life", he said, before turning to Kim. He even got emotional when discussing the summit on CNN. I guess I owe it to myself and the people around the world.

Trump told reporters on June 7 that Rodman wasn't invited to the summit. I couldn't go home. "It's a great, great step in moving forward in the world and I hope that we can continue this and I think it's a great, great opportunity for the world to see what's going to happen".

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